Erik ten Hag is hopeful Antony will be fit for next week’s FA Cup final against Manchester City (Picture: Getty)
Antony was taken off on a stretcher after just 29 minutes of Thursday’s comprehensive 4-1 win over Chelsea when he went down under an innocuous challenge from Trevoh Chalobah.
Ten Hag conceded he feared the worst initially, but subsequent scans have revealed that the damage may not be as bad as first feared.
Speaking ahead of Sunday’s final Premier League match of the season against Fulham, Ten Hag told MUTV: ‘We’ve all seen how he came off and didn’t look great.
‘But the first assessment is not too bad and a good opportunity he is available for the Cup final next week.’
The United manager, meanwhile, made significant changes to his starting line-up with next weekend’s Wembley showpiece in mind.